Nashville, TN - This week, Taco Bell announced they would be removing five more items from their menu, less than a month after retiring nearly a dozen fan-favorites. According to a spokesperson, the eliminations are all part of the company's commitment to have a food-free menu by the end of 2020.
"We feel that a food-free menu will help us streamline the customer experience and reduce our footprint on the planet," said spokesman J. Hart III.
Inside reports suggest that all tacos and burritos will be removed in late November, followed by chalupas, gorditas, and quesaritos in early December. All other menu items will be phased out just in time for New Year's Eve.
Customers are already organizing Save the Tacos protests across the country and have started a petition to influence the company to change course. It currently has over one million signatures.
"We have a God-given right to eat tacos. What they're doing is unconstitutional," said one protester outside a local KFC/Taco Bell combo restaurant.
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